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Can't remember name of road, but it's about a 10min drive from town and the final stretch is a bumby sand track...4x4 recomended
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Take off as late as you can...more fun that way!
During the peak holiday season of the summer it can get pretty crowded, with loads of swimmers and kooks in the water who invariably don't have a clue what they're doing...However, once those hurricane swell start to pump up here it starts clearing the crowds....
When the winds off-shore, or if you get down to the beach in the morning when it's pure glass, and there is a hurricane swell around it can be SICK! Can feel a little sharky on those days though...Last summer me and some mates went for a dawny and freaked out a little when we saw a dark fin (albeit a small one) about 10m from where we were.
By Nobadeer Old Timer Local , 09-11-2008
Crowds were never the problem in the good 'ol days! - That's how this place got it's name -- whenever we used surf it there was Nobody Here!!
By anonymous , 03-05-2006
- During the winter the beaches on the South shore often erode quite a bit, however they do gain back the sand by the summer.
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